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Democratic Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 26, 1859, Cumberland, Maryland Win V Son THE OP TUB PERPETUITY OF THE VOL XXIV SATURDAY MARCH BY WIST I Kit MS One copy Dollars per annum hull yearly In advance until the expiration of j TIIK n j incident lit tile in m-t The Angel from the womb of The Spanish Girl her on n and had beea hardened by contact with placed on the n ured in her world in short he heart and the could never make so sweet and gentle a being Dm had been one and at a UK hour lo ey by boys j n link Ilia frizen n contented unless wielding the evident the soldier did not desire to com- art to do that Mine i the was M that couple over iti trembling rod i the I through every ns Manifests no it new disp mill ut en third duur Mil tt HOOTS ASn HATS ASI Air TRII IN r i coons lill I her that'd due a in his own as much by by your lave the o the world 1 Mat a special antipathy for cats and let pass an opportunity to kill one This he to do iii the present and instantly formed a plan for the purpose HOOTS Centre How Mil T W r l a full f H ms nil Or O T O CLOCKS Depot Corner C u antl V COODS CAIN i ill Coin I Tobacco iT YOUNG AUD i t su K Swre Md nvr Steam Saw Ihc Square WAKE ROSE MILL PERSONS purchase Loft -in ll is will ly the keeper of the 2 1857 Superintendent he mys Have n male bag in tlie me Divil a is there lint it to mill to bring borne will u I nnd it IE yit Well have nl nil in the thai will tie up like a bag V Troth an 1 there's Sunday ean the close at the top an sure no nor the cat be darlint fl jewel to IK thinking of that be it lo and when the strings were it a very good fur a meal bag nnd Miit declared it So holding it close against the of the bright is it ye are yo divil out that now luck to all kin ye vc itn ye hive me house nt nil thin Yer self- will bates a Biddy have any hot in house Slat the full uv it Be of a quart tho chisl till I Kiy the shay divil likes it close Mat litre the lie u trap Iw the howly T have im In snys tlm uf the bad yez ye its ye have is the s fur ye have been duin iu me house thinkin the nine lives ye won't save ye any way of the an whin I'll the u im the over his to St in the on it- Hiddy struck three of that popular Irish air and suddenly ste What It's takin me brith away wid uv it Mat sure an yb havo tbc divit in the Bate the ould ill nivtr have a chance lite blazes me darlint I says I'm wid dc Cast im says Mat throwing dov the Biddy the baste is a 1 Tja the house or be kilt imd turf how the Och kittle o fish lhal littlo divil for n he 01 ors to witb rett One f the intruders was an individual with a twinkle iu iia eye that betokened fun or it HU was fine twain were to tiie sheriff away 1 that irate take calf are to prison the wan extending c t a ease in this ytre and i witness him ciere he won't ye old -1'vo to and replied the calf the Judge take man and out of the court lie must tot be all disturb the inter- rupt the wud the I've a cue in this yers the and this is my pal Up with an Vour honor if ibis is lo continue I quit the court rooni I'm not tu be insulted in tbe tlic Co on go said the intruder My to begin bus have a fire till M To church To and v ut to go lo they slept Ah and jealously too lie ouh vii'.s fur well she there lurked near by u spirit was with Uie to lead those two pure ere long ho did it Veri into wilh thorns by bitter led once happy And as fully them follow their evil and pinions all in golden as her fur tbc last time the brow of the fairest of warfare and never more happily than in foreign or civil The events of our occurred during this period of Spanish while her people were often arrayed was nightfall in district of Arragon when a weary soldier with only Toledo blade by his side bed whilst j fore the door of a much exhausted even to ask for the ments which he so much needed ly a moment elapsed the of collage discovering his condition were busy in to his The sturdy peasant who was the col held a cup of wine to his lips while a young and tender girl not bloomed lo womanhood swathed a bandage about his bleeding arm and bathed temples with water The soldier could only thanks languidly upon those who were lending him His wound was and ii bled so profusely that tup cottager was obliged to his sturdy arms lise the of That like the true ing the wanderer buck from tiie into liad and as retraces magic in litr bosom draws her ty and bear him cottage for he be Mm the love God if to thu door be openin it for I'm id iin Och Hiddy j bad luc Clocks of 3 lay Ihc from tlic To i TTi iw correE n nl.r IJ T 1 r lAM TAILOR Md o Hall AUGUSTUS Maker and lo yer for Ireland to be in this way Mat I'm kilt mo out o this Mat drew her uut doors and broke fi the pump like a horse by HiiWy that tho divil ii lirely he's me an kilt Biddy ni put run out o wid fora mouth t come the 1 lo nnd Mat bis head into out o that I'm nearly nn Biddy went tho wather Oeh the mil snys tlie out of her mouth mo is spilt it tirely Mat a will I i help lo sit fur a eat again played divil as it is feur nit It's ye nre to be takin n nv a fur n cat Mnl and Biddy went cautiously back to the cabin which the quadruped Imd his departure wore turned of petticoat Ihc bed which fortunately escaped moved lo n near the outside and for a week kept out of by lime by dint if washing and airing tlie house but neither list nor Biddy has forgotten cat the following in ft recent An row on the To a bow many numbers he a To make and no one will visit you unless they palpable by it j their could himself The lle was all a buttle and sion to aid nnd comfort lor the The matron was busy the father there and Ihc ter in He was watched that sight but ere next day's sun had set soldier hsd become wound presented to the eye of the inexperienced cottagers the r But now as sat by Signor signer I am alone de- fide and realized that he was about j i poor girl You would to her not but ark j not strike me dumb with is for he had given his name to the cottager Hut will Hold she her outspread I hands towards him You are strong and Ah lean compel me indignity -T hand within i is that interrupted tlm In continued he pressing h his own that my life hsd cavalier by chance been I dare to her hand love and Jit is the am love gift of one t thu hour I has been f Lef see tlic brief period Lave dwelt wilh and alas that I do love unwillingly The morning when he left he gave the the contents of his purse reserving a mere trifle for his ney and pressing a smalt costly upon as a gift he touched his lo her forehead and ded hrs way on thr road hid distant home at Valencia i Six month's had parsed since the ded soldier Ihn cottagers cf peculiar to swept over i he and left not coe of lhat peaceful Cattle vegetation blighted everything wa's a and with the icsl lost and father alone What should they her The father was half d by the of his companion and his i'd at by After a tho the with returned it and left at once As lighted at the in innocent repose with tie unlucky chance she through down HIP paths and was end convent of Stula Clara threw herself upon who had so her The cavalier once suspected had zwr and soon satisfied himself of the his suspicions The was pd and bidden to deliver her up but this Take out tlic lawyer was led the and u for such to the jail to i ild Le treV ail I should t all He whither went ib fact in the 1 M tiro A Mm and in one be but I'm glad lot lie in to enjoy rights nnd lefts other There's room enough the be T a should be cut he in this country f cue of course uny j of his fur every body la born here f could heir It said Ike a new slate replied she is thv or men tis tlic same orn inlo where lie wle its over cm md make Via happy in an f brotherhood like the She lad not Liken her eyes from rose Vom tbc cups and in one cloud that Mined to represent the slw ing Ike hod a better illustration for bo took preserved peaches on tho plate and them all into one who sayi the Galveston Sicilian the Indians on the tier of Texas to be destitute of- craft and kwp your at their you whin yon arc Ii red and it rot time our other To to i by in and afterwards them adrift of To ii a price Ty keep ailo or cat OR of a To tradespeople credit if see you in a of blood and consequent than from the of lhat had Day day and still dier fay in a of V the fever struggling with his though it must him and I more influence the daughter of cottager was untiring in her delicate and dav watched by his bathed his brow or moistened his parched Trup be teemed scarcely to es a smile Hi up his pale features while was fide she did so she knew not that he still loved her but the thought she vus so near to idea that she might possibly see him gave to heart incitement enough thither over mountain and plain willing sh oftentimes feel 1 peren refused lodo would he hear of any bribery or offer as a return the girl to what the cavalier called her home last finding that his of attack r ed him nothing the cavalier unmasked his foul and told the priest that unless returned lo before night he would surely taKe his life that he cared nothing for his office and that he would not be thwarted The priest knew full well ful character of and in the prosecution oC their depredations should note tho following incident as related to the of the I Varan by Mr who arrived with the San Diego moil last week Tho train near Fort on Kio To arrive at of fifty bo surprised a tiy or aiay be vf of in his relates some tricks that were by an Arab was to for and Iii tie a stuk on the knots of on returning it it a serpent f r a anil then n trick is said tj W a one tbe was linn's The next was A Hack liquor was A strong constitution and youth at length prevailed over the fever and day bv the soldier gradually improved til at last he was able lo go once more yoti a t noKi by thai form that watched tedious fever the shady groves and over d through with l n toy's hai in it us in a f ror ne of a native South Carolina beheld a rice of iiii own State his father who has been drad for many years riling through the field on joung men one Bergen and while the work on through Henjm Hill day to No S no of precipitating the at a depth They tn support on end of the ladder pf seems of the whiki ih n wet con- in their I the water wry tlie moving in the lull it to be oUlie took but litle notice of it of one of 11 of one of expecting run in this ho Ms six near of tlic ami sliot him on spot The oilier in a moment sliot the a horse roilo direct run he n covered up two lie tin ho went ami Some six mules tbc crossed ihc inlo hif of like VISS will o ij Will nil f organization and of men ITS from ilw are the control of the tur on duty ns firemen when they of Hid prefect police nml tonscqucnlly arc fully nud drilled in are fur tho of years as is now ih nr church in this city 5 C in the army ami cost treasury an- francs a over They uniform blue jackets at tlm were present n A There is a little oil boy in k lor thu the c Pays a lia'vinp leen to pick another pear from a tree bo ex- claimed Mamma 1 picl you come Kure enough t He there and tile it tho core was still dangling from tbe stem shot at me last said a anil my life was Ii lie ball's a silver dollar in my Whoever true aim nl your heart is lo hit a said one who 1 him out this evening Mr Yes my dear to n stac parly a Mr Slug guess you parly you Th was a and Tonipkins slumped hit bis 11 inn keeper observing ft ene the what be tlie use of if one side of the goes tl oilier can't lag behind dc you carve small siii snid a friend that obi school gentlemen Co it I pleasure of hi t- tit Til m VH v u i i TI brass cnp They have Of sirup round in litch there is A nnd by which they can p to the same tho was 1 little urchin on day to his mother as ho upon h anil prostrate pa when was 1 wi you married pal why didn't you 5 have I of in Ireland that L was that ho lost by by ni jilt and fragrant with lowers and re would sit down arid her lallant deeds of ms and such stories of Irue love and and bliss lhal poor as in bewilderment at his eloquence id with upon the real elody of his fine voice Through alibis there ran a and he half c very words he often uttered it little of human and of the world and could not see his A discriminating observer would ave thought him a man disgusted with and yet he was for such He p twenty-five or some singular reason why he hould still remain at the cottage now I he had been well enough to have It and the mazes and turmoil ofthe city They had conic without any definite now entirely means in the face until finally by some good for- tune the father service's to a noble as gardner so arranged the contract that it afforded birr fur both himself and Time passed on ara the father's skill his manifest lo lordly He therefore way I liver up to vou this In thi presence ofthe Jt is useless to annoy It is the well He will me and com- ill do alked a dozen if necessary not love that kept him there for loved him so dearly that very look and betrayed the of her the soldier though most considerate and lo her never spoke of love had passed since the wounded first sal himself down before the door His purse had well filled to enable him amply o pay for the shelter he had enjoyed and cottager thought so agreeable a visitor quite -a 0 his house One day a stranger n that way the soldier accosted him ml was for a I while alone with him engaged in conversation and when he traveller had parsed on he was moody and until at last he told enc father that he must bid them and once more join in the noise and the limes shall we see you no more asked with a heaving breast and ilous voice that the soldier I must my friends and my home 1 am needed he answered Perhaps yon will sometime return this suggested the cottager and then we may sit down once more together I trust it may be was the calm re- ply of the At lhal moment his ryes fell upon those of and ar- row had pierced his side he Come gentle one lei us walk once more through these loved to-be remembered scenes before well s eyes was pleased and visited his servant's collage at the end of the garden where and her falher The these lands and dens when he found ins within his walls a flower beautiful as the peasant girl He was spell hound by her of the delicacy of her bearing and the grace of her form The father was surprised at the earnestness of DOS questions concerning his child and perhaps a troubled thought crossed when noble master away from the cottage door and walked back to the palace Don had a bad name in cia he was a dark and like cross still fewer lo be intimate with His principal claim to the honor in which he held ui the district and was to his enough ob- no doubt but oft he could not have otherwise quired wo say Don was loved by none and feared by nearly ill have told his character The only friend the peasant his had made in was a friar of the convent of Santa Clara He watched over as if she had been his only daughter A few months after the to Don he had in his vileness planned the dishonor of his beau- dependant All his her hand in marriage hours Inch meet vou at the court f well me no life shall he the procured snd in due time led the ducal palace where gave him ready admission audience with the duke Already wris Dor and already had he told to the duke who sat in stale with his officers about him And now as they entered the officer to do so called upon priest for his charge before thi reason why Ire should not union wilh one 50 above her in fortune and thus benefit herself please you this title but bren such calm that he was at first disconcerted but suddenly her father was taken ill and with fearful rapidity until death came to the relief of his There was something sudden death of her struck the as mysterious He had very suddenly sickened and died in a manner his experienced eye seemed lo indicate that lie had been poisoned Whether this was intentionally done or otherwise he know not nor could he bv and yet Inert- was a lurking his mind that Don more of his s decease llian he wished to acknowledge The priest strongly suspected foul play and that the unprincipled cavalier M maid U for amb pure and as the morning Don is a bold bad man nay I care not for the of The maiden him not than this heart lavos another edU mv duke for plain and her re- from any and all to this he whom the the calmly moment there through the courtroom of palace av scream so shrill and piercing that every one sprang to his feel while throwing back the abundance of her face looked towards the chair stood duke now of It 1 forward in to her fainting tl is thy lover no liger f but if thou ivil mit thy future husband the Duke revived at On brensl she was Happy She nothing now t hough sobbed as though hei heart would Turning to Don the Duke Your suit arid ero ended taken summary m cans to rid himself of the in order to his designs upon and This was indeed the case for she was at once her own house and placed under the strict you may the good hcv warm a- substantial of leading to bf sealed her by hit lido and her of His Excellency J weh r A secret seemed to reveal itself to the
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